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This semi-circular painting (or 'lunette') is after the original painting by Uccello in the National Gallery, London. The painting, featuring knights on horseback, shows the Battle between the Florentines and the Sienese at San Romano in 1432. Niccolò da Mauruzi da Tolentino, the leader of the victorious Florentine forces, is seated on his white charger, identifiable by the motif of the 'Knot of Solomon' on his banner. The work comprises of three wooden panels held together with iron cross grain strips. On the back is written 'arch above seat'. During Charles Paget Wade's time at Snowshill Manor, this painting was located in the garden under the Nychthemeron (a 24-hour clock).

National Trust, Snowshill Manor

near Broadway


The Battle Between the Florentines and the Sienese at San Romano, 1432


oil on panel


H 93 x W 196.5 cm

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gift from Charles Paget Wade along with Snowshill Manor, 1951

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National Trust, Snowshill Manor

Snowshill, near Broadway, Gloucestershire WR12 7JU England

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